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Patrick Faber Hopes for an Audience with U.D.P. National Party Council This Weekend

Patrick Faber, the five-time Area Representative for Collet, is back to business as a card-carrying member of the United Democratic Party. Back in early 2022, Faber stepped down as leader [...]

Faber Not Quite Sold on Shyne’s Leadership into Next General Election

And, while Faber looks to the U.D.P.’s N.P.C. for a determination on his candidacy in Collet, he says he is not interested in contesting the party’s leadership position, at least [...]

“That’s not something I can Support” Faber on Sista B’s Absence from House Meetings

Faber was also asked to comment on Denise “Sista B” Barrow’s repeated absence from the House of Representatives. During last week’s budget debate, Prime Minister John Briceño called on the [...]

Internal Inquiry Ongoing for Q.R.T. Four

An internal inquiry by the Development and Compliance Unit, as well as the Professional Standards Branch, into the conduct of four law enforcement officers assigned to the Quick Response Team [...]

ComPol Williams: “I will not cover up the wrongdoing of any police officer.”

The names of the officers involved in the deadly high-speed chase in Orange Walk over the weekend are being withheld until further instructions have been given by the Director of [...]

Man Who Murdered His Family in 2012 To Appear in Court Thursday

He has spent the last ten years on remand, as he awaits trial for the triple murder of his mother, sister and stepfather back in November 2012. Now, thirty-six-year-old Jared [...]

Hillmar Alamilla is Acquitted of Murder on No Case Submission

Hillmar Alamilla is tonight a free man after a no case submission was upheld by Justice Herbert Lord earlier today. Alamilla, who drove for former Orange Walk North Area Representative [...]

Yurumein Project: Keeping the Intangible Garifuna Culture Alive

In tonight’s episode of Kolcha Tuesday, we look at the Yurumein Project. Yurumein is the Garifuna word for Saint Vincent, the birthplace of Garifuna people and culture, and the project [...]

Melisizwe Brothers in Belize to Support Yurumein Project

They won a recording contract back in 2020 with Republic Records after winning America’s Most Musical Family, and tonight, the Melisizwe Brothers – Zacary, Seth and Marc – are in [...]

A Fundraiser for a Track & Field Facility in the South

The free concert goes south on Thursday and students from schools in that part of the country will converge at Ecumenical High School for the presentation. On Saturday, April first, [...]

Efforts to Salvage Cargo Ship that Ran Aground Off Turneffe Atoll Continue

On Monday, we told you about the Panamanian-registered general cargo ship that ran aground on Sunday morning off Turneffe Atoll. Several efforts have been made to remove the vessel, while [...]

Belize’s Port Digitization and Roadmap for the Maritime Sector

It has been estimated that ships carry over ninety percent of all merchandise traded. In light of this fact, maritime transport is considered to be an essential component of the [...]

Warren Coye Resigns as Treasurer of Cycling Federation

A new executive of the Cycling Federation of Belize, led by President Alicia Thompson, was elected in December of last year, but tonight, less than four months into its first [...]

Unity Presbyterian Primary School Receives $20,000 for Fence

Today, the Unity Presbyterian Primary School on Antelope Street Extension received a handsome donation from Rotary Club Fifty-Two, Eighty of California. The money will be used to complete a fence [...]

St. John’s Credit Union Breaks Ground for New Head Office

It has been around since 1946 and over the decades, has grown from strength to strength, opening offices in Belize City, Belmopan and Dangriga. Now, in its seventy-seventh year of [...]